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Meissen tea caddy and cover circa 1740-45 , with o Ref: Q985  Meissen tea caddy and cover circa 1740-45 , with ozier moulded borders, finely painted in the manner of J.G. Klinger with a bundle of cut flowers tied by a ribbon and scattered iinsects, crossed swords marks in underglaze blue

Meissen tea caddy and cover circa , with ozier moulded borders, finely painted in the manner of J. Klinger with a bundle of cut flowers tied by a ribbon and scattered insects, crossed swords marks in underglaze blue.

Cut Glass Tea Caddy, Canister // A nineteenth century heavy quality,lead crystal, large tea caddy or tea canister measuring 6" long x 3" deep x 6" high. With well cut diamonds, slices, fans and star cut base. // Price £165.00 // - Maria Elena Garcia - ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

Cut Glass Tea Caddy, Canister

A nineteenth century heavy quality,lead crystal, large tea caddy or tea canister measuring long x deep x high. With well cut d

tea canister -CAMBRIAN POTTERY Date: 1783 Media: creamware Size: h ...

tea canister -CAMBRIAN POTTERY Date: 1783 Media: creamware Size: h ...

Tea canister Courtauld, Louisa 1770s London Although the tea canister was hall-marked and probably sold through the shop of the goldsmiths George Cowles (died 1811) & Louisa Courtauld, it may have been put together by a number of independent specialists. The tea canister bodies, made from silver sheet seamed at the side, could have been supplied by one maker, who then passed the object to another to add a lock and liner and on to a third for engraved decoration. This was the usual method

Tea canister

Tea canister by Courtauld, Louisa, (hallmarked).

English Title:	tea canister Date Made:	1775-1790 Materials:	ceramic: lead-glazed cream-colored earthenware (creamware) with overglaze enamels Place Made:	United Kingdom;

English Title: tea canister Date Made: Materials: ceramic: lead-glazed cream-colored earthenware (creamware) with overglaze enamels Place Made: United Kingdom;

English Title:	tea canister Date Made:	1780-1800 Type:	Food Service Materials:	ceramic: lead-glazed cream-colored earthenware (creamware) with slip decoration Place Made:	United Kingdom;

English Title: tea canister Date Made: Type: Food Service Materials: ceramic: lead-glazed cream-colored earthenware (creamware) with slip decoration Place Made: United Kingdom;

In A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America, Ivor Noel Hume writes of “the creamwares of Williams Coles’s Swansea pot house (established 1764), which were often decorated in ‘scratch blue,’ the best-known pieces being tea jars incised with names and dates in the 1770s” (p. 128).  The creamware tea canister shown here is inscribed, “Mary Evans July the 5 1775.”  Made in Swansea, it is currently in the museum collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.;

Creamware tea canister with scratch-blue decoration, Swansea, Victoria and Albert Museum

Tea canister and key      Date: 1777-1778 (hallmarked)     Place: London     Artist/maker: Le Sage, Augustin  //  - Maria Elena Garcia -  ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

Gilt silver tea canister with key, ca. 1777 - Made by Augustin Le Sage, London.

Richard Klemm Tea Caddy Dresden Porcelain Cornflowers - 1889 to 1916, Germany // Lovely  lidded tea caddy decorated with small blue cornflowers on a white ground. Known in France as Bleuet, this tiny blue flower is said to have been Marie Antoinette's favorite. It later commemorated the blue bandages that WWI French wounded soldiers wore and now honors all French veterans. The canister is marked on the underside with initials RK //  - Maria Elena Garcia -  ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎

Richard Klemm Tea Caddy Dresden Porcelain Cornflowers - 1889 to 1916, Germany

Lovely Dresden Richard Klemm porcelain lidded tea caddy / canister decorated with small blue cornflowers on a white ground. Known in France as Bleuet,

1stdibs.com | Lovely French Tole Tea Caddy

Lovely French Tole Tea Caddy

1stdibs.com | Lovely French Tole Tea Caddy

Rare Mahogany Tea Caddy with inlaid Georgian house design to the front. Circa 1760

Rare Mahogany Tea Caddy with inlaid Georgian house design to the front.

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